Someone who's infuriated is really angry. An infuriated driver can be dangerous and slip into acts of road rage. Steer clear!

If you've ever been incredibly mad, you know what it is to be infuriated. Your infuriated math teacher might make the whole class stay after school to retake a test, and an infuriated sister might slap her little brother across the face. Infuriated comes from the Italian infuriato, and ultimately from the Latin in furia, "in a fury."

Definitions of infuriated

adj marked by extreme anger

infuriated onlookers charged the police who were beating the boy”
angered, apoplectic, enraged, furious, maddened
feeling or showing anger

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